Something you may not have known about October

Monday, October 17, 2016
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

indoctrination (human brain)Did you know that October is LGBT History Month? If you didn't, a religious rights attorney says that's probably because many schools are hoping to keep it that way.

Founded by a Missouri high school history teacher in 1994, LGBT History Month is a month-long observance and what Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute calls an outpouring of pro-homosexual propaganda rather than a history lesson.

Dacus, Brad (PJI)"We're talking about a daily bombardment, each day with a new LGBT role model that they want to highlight to encourage and push this agenda on our children in public schools throughout the United States," Dacus reports.

He says schools do not openly promote these lessons and activities, so it is up to parents to be vigilant in knowing to what their children are being exposed.

"Parents, grandparents, relatives need to ask their children, 'Are you learning role models? Anything being highlighted?' Some kids will be afraid to tell their parents out of fear that the parents may say something to the school and the children may be labeled a homophobe," the attorney notes.

In the beginning, many thought this month was just a fad, but now Dacus finds it obvious that this has become a standardized, uniform activity in public education.

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